Zimbabwe white farmers sue South Africa
05 June 2019 | 5:26 am
In the early 2000s their farms were forcefully seized. Over 18 years later, Zimbabwe's white farmers are still seeking compensation. Now they are suing South Africa for helping Robert Mugabe suppress their case.
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